Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
23 May 1938

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23 May 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - May 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa Heater compare wards Price carrying Churm Texas Coffee shop. Hmm com w Thompson Mon i i May 23, 1933 Ames daily Tribune. Ames. Iowa Page pm my $ in select Home for modernization with utmost care in modernizing a Home Only of wei1 located. Reason ably Well preserved buildings should be considered. Certain significant results will be accomplished by this rehabilitation. An ugly neglected and unkempt premises May be improved beautified and a neighbourhood reproach removed. Property values j in a declining locality May be revived and real estate stabilized. I also the Standard of living of a greater number of families will be raised if a proper modernization is carried on for an old dilapidated Home in a Good neighbourhood. But we a cd he am a Pennsylvania vote hopeful for labovites influences heating sound Chimney construction is essential to the efficient operation of any heating Plant. Many complaints regarding heat i n g plants Are traceable to faulty Chimney construction. Attention Given to this important matter assure the Home owner of a comfortable House during the Winter iils action wooden waste baskets Garden ornaments Corner shelves what not footstools. Eloc shelves. Bird houses arid feeders leather work including belts and Bill folds braided whistle chains and stuffed animals. Girls have made hooked rugs their own dress a and aprons and knit pocketbooks. Students by John d. Zug Washington to a the com-1 p,.i>l�?~s a Ioles a Jwa daily press \ orc n the Tow s . Cummin Mittee for Industrial organization state Dairy association through a make two of e Ery a Cle 8<> thet 3 no Wimer t0fay claimed the Pennsylvania ppe Elal committee a. Unanimous c a take one Home to show their months. Protection against fire a Mary ref Jet ted growing Tower a approved Tho Resolution adopted parents and use in their own is afforded also. Of lab Ltd a a an Independent Polit Fey the Iowa state medical society Hong Quot Cal Force and announced a Mien May 13 re min the american Quot winners of Quizzer $5 Are named thu ii pro tfx Tion the a Are specially Fine for neat larva you or it your Flower and attractive foliage at All times. J Garden and my the Shrub eth its Spring you Are quite like Ivy discover that the shrubs Andl he bridal Wreath Are Green bugs so thick that the a noir. Liney pile up on one another in i won Srim persons who each layers. They arrange these Ives of y f Hll w k of Ftp Tho Tik in a div k Nom Felt trib in rows and Are practically stand repair plaster cracks when bad cracks appear in the plaster of the Selling they should be Cut out and All Loose plaster removed. Sometimes a crack indicates a loosening of a Large Section of plaster. A student from the College teaches classes in music and students t lamer for More time for playing sifted drive to unify labor Farmer medical association to retract its progressive political forces. I recent on substitutes or i Outing to the More than Sod j Dairy products 5n be a rhythm band two boys too votes polled in Pennsylvania the committee commended the �?T1 Kelvin individual lust rum by Thomas a. Kennedy Defeated j s ate medical Socle for its a thou on the guitar the s Aprin Cio candidate for the democratic Tion and petitioned the american highlight gubernatorial nomination the Cio medical society to follow the a one of the highlights of the year Tion taken by the Iowa group at for the girls is the annual Camp the National meeting in san fran j tire dinner. For months the Stu Cisco in june. J dents plan projects to earn Money importance of the Dairy Indus to pay their own Way to the Din try to Iowa is Well known a e. S.1 her special features during the Estel of Waterloo member of the school year Are a hallowed in party Dairy association s special commit a Chroma dinner Given by the tee which met Here said. A while d. A r and the closing Day picnic the action of the american modify h ruled for next tuesday this Cal society was not an endorse year. Ment of substitutes in preference from his first Day at the school to Dairy products. It has been very of a of h student is impressed with a misleading and an injury to a a generous and charitable spirit to said to was Defeated Quot Only because of tile machine controlled majorities against him in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh a a the splendid vote polled for Thomas Kennedy. Despite the opposition of an entrenched political machine reflects the rapidly growing Power of labor As an Independent political the editorial said. A Kennedy polled half a million votes carrying 35 of the states 67 counties. He failed of election Only because of the machine controlled majorities against him in Philadel a a n v Muir. I a m it. V Yul i / off i a Quot to Mph he Estel Clyde Beo Iel Betm carried the Industrial suburbs of those cities and ran Well throughout the rest of the state including the farming areas. A if Charles j. Margiotti had not i agriculture Dot. A thir1 can Bdl l a Ler he committee meeting. Date. Kennedy would have been a it Ever a member conferred with bared of the nomination with a big or. Mooll def m or of Waterloo c a. Iverson of Ames a. Hagen of Des Moines e. M. Wright of Waterloo and Homer hush assistant state Secretary of Jor Iowa i Ward those less fortunate than members of the special commit himself or in temporary distress tee were Paul w. Crowley of dts easy a students made a quilt from scraps of material donated by the red Cross and a int it with a substantial Money contribution to flood sufferers. Appreciative of the work Dane by student teachers from Iowa state the student on their own initiative gave Money to Margaret Hall dormitory who has prepared a Resolution to committee on advertising should not discriminate against ducts. Majority since Margiotti polled a Large number of Liberal and ant machine votes a the Liberal votes were further divided by the fact that Many went to Gifford Pinchot in the Republican primary and even Kennedy s opponent c a. Jones campaigned As a supporter of the new Deal. A the forces of reaction Are kid Franklin school Ding themselves if they think the pupils Experiment primaries did not s of that the continued from Page one majority sentiment in Pennsylvan i Artl daa Are donated by civic la still is strongly Liberal and pro-1�?~�?T Ingres Sive. They should note the in spacious glorious defeat of congressman located on the lot adjoining the stack who bragged of his oppose big school athletic Field the Tion to wage hour girls they have made place cards and a baskets for Civie groups w hich have Given Aid to the be presented at the National medical meeting. Or. Moore expressed 8ch�o1 conviction the medical Assoria modern trend tons committee on to a nil with the modern trend in i education each child is Given incl it Tov a i til i Unic Illola t pm i a butter and other natural Dairy pro Luval attention probably 20 times a _ i it i cd in v in to. A _ of taut about the three Ritz Brothers Laking a hilarious Tongue in the Cheek poke at the radio broadcasting studios penchant for Talent quests Are appearing at the collegian today and at the new Ames tuesday in a Kentucky interpolated through the plot of a Kentucky Moonshine is a Romance Between Tony Martin the popular radio and More recently screen crooner and the delightful Marjorie Weaver who has come a Long Way toward stardom since her a break in Quot second Honey. the Story of a Kentucky Moonshine i that if a group of us eau i school has spacious playgrounds i and the Lawn and shrubbery Are being rapidly improved with supervision the students play together without the tormenting and unfair treatment some of them received in other City schools. After three hours of instruction in regular curriculum work by students from psychology classes at Iowa state College the children Busy themselves in using their hands and making article s which can be sold and used in their Homes. Neat piles stored away and piled neatly on the work tables were Book shelves smoking sets Woven baskets news Montgomery Ward to Matt Arn Nna a. T 327 maim St phone 151-Ames. A it Hai Thi painters talking. Too it second of the new u. S. Reg ular series is the Lucent Martha Washington stamp the de i a of which is shown above. It a a entertainers. Marjorie i3 printed in Brown and identical Weaver waiting her turn for an in Motif with the 1-cent George audition at a radio ablation Over Washington value i ars a conference at which it is a a a n to to get is Tav to Rush Boa diag Sherwin Williams sep House Paini and apprise the hit ors of the radio company a How the Brothers a meet this situation Dot the poet laureate of More exclusive Madhat All Hie to the Hills o state. Don cd is involved in a Lor but manage to scouts in til i i to Complete the current King George i regular of stamp the Canadian Post Ofhie department will Issue six values june 15, As follows i in cent memorial chamber Ottawa peace Tower 20-eent fort Garry Gate Winnipeg 50-Ccnt Entrance Vancouver Harbor $1 chateau de ram Ray Montreal 6-cent airmail scene on the Mackenzie River 20-cent special delivery Canadian coat of Arm. More than he would receive in any other City school. Placed in an environment with other underprivileged children the students do not fee themselves inferior to their associates. Discipline is firm but kindly most of the students appear healthily Happy. They ran downstairs with a clumping that was boisterously Youthful. Most of the students have difficulty in comprehending material from a written Page. Several of them Are Brilliant in arithmetic. Girls who do not have bathing facilities of Home a take Baths at the school the boys take showers at the Field Botts As part of their homemaking project the girls plan a hot dish on a limited amount of Money which is served with sandwiches prepared at Home for the noon meal. Most of the boys go Home for lunch. Entrenched gradually becoming firmly or trenched in the Community the school has received Aid from the Ames chapter of daughters of american revolution the Ames kiwanis club the Ames woman a club Slid the business and professional women s club. The d. A r. Has a St Audma committee which furnishes scraps of Materia and magazines for use in school projects. I he Al is Anis club gave the students a Small lib Ary of books. The daughters if 1�?Tnion veterans gave the school a Flag. The school needs a radio for class room and recreational work. With about 12 families members of the Parent teacher association. Mias Moffett decided students should participate in the meetings the most successful meeting of the year was an open forum discus Lon conducted by prof. Thomas f. Vance of the psychology department at Iowa state. Also participating in the program was supt. J. L. Larson. No students were pres ent at this meeting and the parents were free to ask questions about the school and discuss problems which had Arisen. Parents voted the meeting the most worthwhile of the be i r. Possibilities miss Moffett teacher in charge of the school has firmness and kindness before the interview anti inspection ended students had i in Hod in to Tell her they needed a new Kilt is Ball. Another student Una Quizzer were mrs. L. Dixon 222 sooth Russell Avenue. Mrs g. F. Kelley. £28 Carroll Avenue and mrs. Maxine Hill. .116 South Oak Avenue. All three of the women were primed for the Quizzer when he interrogated them and had the answers to the questions copied Down ready to read to him. Each of the winners said the Money was a Windfall and none of them anticipated difficulty in using it again this week from thursday until saturday night the Quizzer will be approaching people on the streets and visiting Ames Homes to give away $15 to the three fortunate persons who have the answers to the questions Appeal ing in wednesday s Tribune with them. Local persons have been Trystm <0 discover the method which the Quizzer uses in questioning pen pie. Some say tie fixes a distance in his mind and decides to ask the first person he meets aft the next 40 rods. Other people believe he uses a numerical system by which he questions every nineteenth person he meets. Still another theory is that he visits Homes with even Street numbers in on Section of the City and Homes with Odd numbers in another City District. The Quizzer refuses to reveal his methods. In his questioning this week the Quizzer turned up in unexpected Placer and took at least la persons by Surprise. They had not copied Down the answers to the questions and had not anticipated a visit. Each of them was considerably chagrined at missing the $5 and announced they would be prepared next week. Log on their Heads. T these insects Are known As Plant lice or Aphis. Every one of these tiny insects has a Little a Mour ilk a to Quito and their food is secured by suction much after the manner in which a Mosquito draws blood from the body. The Aphis however draws the sap from the Plant. It is easy to kill these Aphis. They should be sprayed with a mixture of nicotine and soapsuds. Feren male perennials for edging and Bor Dors arc the Coral Bell the Hardy Candy tuft the coat Flower woman a Calls All cars Quot Piedmont Cal. <13�?the local Pollee department has employed mrs. Pearl Tamiano As police radio Anontine. She is the third woman in the United states to be Given the Job of calling to j lies cars and broadcasting police1 bring it out with Lowe Broth frs e Flat xxx Alt paint. For Melitone will beautify your Walls and form a per Tea background for your furniture and draperies. Many Beautiful soft colors without Lustre. And Melitone is easy to clean. Stop in and see our pictorial color Chart. It con Tams Correct color schemes for a variety of charming interiors and attractive exteriors. Woodwork is part of the furniture Don t buy it sight unseen i if you re building a House be certain to see the Woodwork that you can be certain you la get Curtis Woodwork see examples of it Here in our display room drifts came in to has his Towel mix up i Carr How. Co. Straightened out. Already miss Moffett is salting we main plans for improvements in the school next year. In her own words a the possibilities of Franklin school Are phone 121 lumber co. Phone to 212 Duff ave. Feel like a million a Ona gallon of sep House paint covers 800 squat feat of surface. Of a Cost of lass than he per Square foot and look what you get for this Low Price. 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